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Save Undershaw, Sherlock’s Home.

Please take a few moments to ‘like’ the Save Undershaw Facebook page - remember, without Undershaw, there would be no Sherlock Holmes……

Lovely interview with Sherlock composer Michael Price on the M Magazine website. Read the full article here.

Lovely interview with Sherlock composer Michael Price on the M Magazine website. Read the full article here.

BFI MEMBERS: Ticket ballot for a screening of The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes on 9th April with an introduction from Mark Gatiss. More info here.
"The magic of this film, I think, comes down to the writing of the dialogue by Wilder and his writing partner, Izzy Diamond. There are a number of conversations between Robert Stephens (Sherlock) and Colin Blakely (Watson) that are just like tiny symphonies. Every gag, every little annunciation or pause is poised perfectly and, watching it recently (it was a template of sorts for Stephen Moffat and me as we made our adaptation for the BBC) made me realise that Wilder and Diamond were among the best screenwriters in the world." - Mark Gatiss

BFI MEMBERS: Ticket ballot for a screening of The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes on 9th April with an introduction from Mark Gatiss. More info here.

"The magic of this film, I think, comes down to the writing of the dialogue by Wilder and his writing partner, Izzy Diamond. There are a number of conversations between Robert Stephens (Sherlock) and Colin Blakely (Watson) that are just like tiny symphonies. Every gag, every little annunciation or pause is poised perfectly and, watching it recently (it was a template of sorts for Stephen Moffat and me as we made our adaptation for the BBC) made me realise that Wilder and Diamond were among the best screenwriters in the world." - Mark Gatiss

Have you risen to the challenge and joined the Network yet?

Have you risen to the challenge and joined the Network yet?

Further to our Honeybourne Jewellery 221B door pendant post in January, the designer, Sophie Honeybourne, tells us she was, “hit by a tidal wave of Sherlock fans” interested in where they can get their very own miniature Sherlock door.

Sophie has been hard at work designing cast versions of the hand made doors we featured, and was delighted to see Sherlock series producer Sue Vertue wearing her piece at various Sherlock events recently.

After creating the new, un-finished, un-oxidsied piece in solid silver ready to be cast, Honeybourne Jewellery promises, “not long now” as they were sent to the casters last week. These cast versions will still include Sophie’s meticulous attention to detail and exceptional quality, but be considerably easier on the wallet than the original one offs.

We’ll keep you up to date as to when they will be available to order on Sherlockabilia.com, and also be sure to keep an eye on the Honeybourne Jewellery Facebook page for the latest news on them, not to mention even more exciting Sherlock inspired pieces Sophie has in the pipeline.

Sherlock Holmes based theme park planned for Portsmouth. Would you attend? Full article here.

Sherlock Holmes based theme park planned for Portsmouth. Would you attend? Full article here.

Vote for Sherlock to appear in Captain America sequel The Winter Soldier

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SHERLOCK NEEDS YOUR HELP!

In a ground-breaking movie tie-in, RadioTimes.com users will be able to help choose which of ten classic British and Irish TV shows appear in the forthcoming movie sequel ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’.

If you would like to see Sherlock feature, you can cast you vote HERE

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Unused shot of #BenedictCumberbatch from my #Sherlock shoot . Shot on old fashioned film with daylight , Hasselblad and standard lens. #photography #oldschool

ianderry:

Unused shot of #BenedictCumberbatch from my #Sherlock shoot . Shot on old fashioned film with daylight , Hasselblad and standard lens. #photography #oldschool

We are frequently asked about Sherlock’s coat. 
Benedict Cumberbatch has continued to wear the original Belstaff ‘Milford’ coat in all three series and not a replica, as confirmed by Sherlock producer Sue Vertue and costume designer Sarah Arthur today on Twitter. For more information on Sherlock’s iconic Belstaff coat, visit the wardrobe section on our site HERE

We are frequently asked about Sherlock’s coat.

Benedict Cumberbatch has continued to wear the original Belstaff ‘Milford’ coat in all three series and not a replica, as confirmed by Sherlock producer Sue Vertue and costume designer Sarah Arthur today on Twitter. 

For more information on Sherlock’s iconic Belstaff coat, visit the wardrobe section on our site HERE

So, THIS happened at the PGA Awards in Los Angeles last night…

So, THIS happened at the PGA Awards in Los Angeles last night…